Just in time for your new year's resolutions: Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 edition unveiled
Samsung Electronics Co has unveiled the Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 edition, an original approach to balancing productivity, powerful content creation and consumption. Equipped with WQXGA Super clear LCD (2560x1600) resolution in a stunning 10-inch display, 1.9 GHZ Octa Core processor (for 3G / Wi-Fi only version) and 3GB Ram, the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) demonstrates Samsung’s innovation leadership by delivering ultimate productivity capabilities while remaining extremely thin and light.
Denzil D'Souza, head - business planning division, IT Group, Samsung Gulf Electronics. said, “Beautifully crafted, the Galaxy Note 10.1 unites powerful software and innovative features to offer unbeatable multitasking capabilities. Technology today is developing at an exceedingly fast rate and as a leader in the industry we endeavor to provide our customers with the very latest technology. This new model meets the demands of the constantly mobile consumer, who wants to have access to business tools as well as the ultimate viewing experience, wherever they are in the world.”
The new Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) expands on the advanced productivity and creativity leadership delivered by the original Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. In addition to enabling productivity, the device has been redesigned with a sleek, light, slim frame that is both fashionable and portable. The large, bright and crystal clear screen delivers four times the pixel density of the original Galaxy Note 10.1, providing a premium content viewing experience.
The magazine style UX allows users to organize their favourite resources in an easy to use dashboard and then access that content for a stylish reading experience. Whether watching videos or reading magazines and e-books, the new Galaxy Note 10.1 provides an immersive media consumption experience. New design characteristics, like a warm and textured back cover with stitching, inspire a sense of elegance and sophistication. The device’s screen size also enables enhanced multitasking.
With Multi Window, users will be able to run separate instances of the same application, and use an enhanced S Pen to drag and drop content from one window to another. Pen Window enables users to simply draw a window of any size on the screen, and instantly access unique in-application features such as YouTube or calculator.
The updated S Pen included with Galaxy Note 10.1 improves responsiveness, delivers day-today efficiency enhancements and produces more creative input capabilities. The tablet also includes Galaxy Note 3's updated S Pen features such as Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen Write and S Finder. Combined with the tablet’s larger screen, these enhanced S Pen capabilities present users with unique creative opportunities and the space to explore them.
With new Scrapbook capabilities, users can easily indicate any interesting content with the S Pen and organize it into individualized scrapbooks, creating a log of discussion points for a future work conversation, a wish list for new clothes or a home redesign project, or a personal favourites list. Available in two colour options, jet black and classic White, the Galaxy Note 10.1 will come in three connectivity options: WiFi Only, WiFi and 3G, Wi-Fi and LTE, available in 16/32/64GB + Micro SD. Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) will be available at all major retail stores, priced at RO249.9 (Wi-Fi) and RO314.9 (LTE).
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